Exploring Pluralism Issues: Language Policy and Cultural Diversity

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Exploring Pluralism Issues: Language Policy and Cultural Diversity

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With input from authors with a research background in areas of pluralism, this volume is a must-read for anyone with an interest in pluralism, citizenship, global justice, language policy and cultural and religious diversity.

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This volume examines language policy and cultural diversity as areas which are influenced in multiple ways by pluralism, a field with an impact on all aspects of our lives. In seeking to encourage innovative trans-disciplinary dialogues, contributions hosted in this volume struggle to understand what it means for people to be citizens in rapidly changing national, social and political landscapes. With input from specialists in areas of pluralism, this volume is a must-read for anyone with an interest in pluralism, citizenship, global justice, language policy and cultural and religious diversity.

Introduction
Elena Xeni

Language Policy in Ukraine: A Modern Discourse of Global Injustice
Iryna Sofinska

Injustices Due to Ignorance: The Problems of Cultural and Religious Diversity in a South African School
Glynis Parker

Elena Xeni is a Teaching Fellow in Language Education/Literacy at the Department of Education, University of Cyprus. Between the years 2007-2013, she was an Adjunct Teaching Staff in Language Arts/Literacy at the Bachelor Programme in Sciences of Education (BPSE Programme), University of Luxembourg. Her interests involve best practices in language and literature teaching and learning, teacher training, children’s literature translation process research (ChLTPR), and childhood representations.